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now p.j. crowley, former assistant secretary of state for public affairs for president obama as well as former special assistant for president clinton for national security affairs. now a professor at george washington university. thank you for joining us tonight. >> appreciate it eliot. >> working for ambassador rice, the state department, what appears to be evolving understanding about the awful story of what happened in bengahzi. why did ambassador rice make statements so quickly if there was such fluid information flow at the time? why not just remain quiet at that point? >> well any of us who are in front of the podium, you're only as good as the information that you have available at the time. as we all know frequently first reports get key elements wrong. i think there is a legitimate question not so much when the administration came out and said in care justice caveated statements this is the best information that we have available at the time, but they held onto that narrative for probably longer than was necessary. and then fast forward we got yesterday a definitive stateme
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where does the buck stop? p.j. crowley and peter brooks join us. really appreciate both of you taking the time. p.j., i want to start with you on the whole issue of joe biden saying we and jay carney specifying that meant himself and the president and saying it was the state department that would have made that call. what do you think about the vice president separating himself from the state department and the fourth person in line to the presidency? >> jay carney says the responsibility for everything starts with the commander in chief and works its way down. president obama is responsible, joe biden is responsible, hillary clinton is responsible and everybody else. the vice president was stating a fact. the normal routine matters in how you balance the level of security at 100-plus diplomatic posts around the world. those decisions are made day to day, week to week at the state department. so i don't see a contradiction between you what said and the vice president said. >> you didn't think it at all strange last night that he basically said i don't know anything about it? >> i unde
full-fledged and even killing a u.s. ambassador. >> former obama state department spokesman p.j. crowley. >> i don't see a political agenda. i see the fog of war. the fact that we still do not know, it's not about politics. it's about the difficult task of reconstructing what happened and having full access to the site and to all the people that played a role in this. >> september 18th. >> did the administration have any sort of heads up that violence was increasing specifically in libya before the attack? >> i'm not aware of any. this is matter that is under investigation in terms what precipitated the attack. >>> that night on the late show with david letterman, president obama gives his more elaborate explanation of what happened in benghazi. was it a spontaneous riot or planned attack. a combination of two he suggests. >> you have a video that was released by somebody who lives here, sort of a shadow character. it caused great offense in much of the muslim world. what also happened extremists and terrorists used this as an excuse to attack a variety of our embassies includin
we expect from the candidates this evening? let's talk to former assistant secretary of state p.j. crowley and senior romney adviser dan signor. pretty tough stuff. he said the benghazi episode and the various rationales amount to a cover-up. what's your response to that? >> i think it's nonsense and i think it's irresponsible. just to compare his tenure as secretary of defense. it took nine months after the invasion of iraq for the administration to, you know, clarify that there were no weapons of mass destruction in iraq because it's a complicated set of issues, and likewise the administration over eight days, just eight days, i'm not talking about the president saying act of terror in his rose garden speech, in eight days the national counterterrorism center matt olsen in testimony before congress said it was a terrorism act, and that was after a considered judgment working through all the intelligence working at the time. that from a government standpoint is an incredible achievement by the intelligence community. >> do you think governor romney will accuse the president and t
's debate, i'm joined by p.j. crowley former assistant secretary of state for public affairs for president obama and former special assistant for national security affairs for president bill clinton. p.j., as always, a joy to have you on the show. >> always a pleasure, eliot. >> eliot: so you're a seeing all day this remarkable conversion about mitt romney now agrees with the president on foreign policy. explain what happened from your perspective. what was the strategy here on either side? >> well, i think you put the hammer on the nail which is a day where you have headlines on foreign policy, day of president obama. it was completely clear. romney wanted to pass the test. i think he did. then move the issue back to the economy where i think he recognizes that is his ultimate chance at victory. >> eliot: with the me, too defense we heard from governor romney, everything the president said he said me, too. do you think the neocons who surround governor romney were getting -- we want to go to war. we want to dr
and will be stay. hobbies as 17 elements are found in many places. p.j. get these 17 elements are found in many places but all are only refight in china, a messy, polluted prospect. the australian company line s hopes this, largest growers plant outside china will break that monopoly. -- largest rare earth plant outside china. could need up to one-third of a man outside china these essential minerals. the company says it has passed every test every environmental question put to it and it is making the case for two years, yet it has gained very little traction with a local population that simply does not trust the country or malaysian authorities are supposed to regulate it. >> did seems an unlikely place to hold an alternative music festival, but for the second year running, kabul is doing just that. our correspondent he took a look. ♪ >> and this isn't just an alternative music festival. there are deejays and a half people who cabanes and acts and not just from afghanistan but from pakistan and elsewhere. this is posted be a cultural festival. you have been here listening to the parents, wha
happened in benghazi, i am joined by p.j. crowley. thank you for coming in. whatever your former employers say, there was a security problem in benghazi, wasn't there? >> absolutely. you see clearly that the security situation was underestimated. while there might not have been in the intelligence, you have a number of armed factions who are capable of doing what one group eventually did. we understand that, notwithstanding questions about numbers and capabilities, the military team that was there -- it is not clear that any number of security personnel inside the perimeter of the consulate could have repelled the attack. we did get hints today that potentially more personnel might have been able to evacuate those injured, perhaps save the life of the ambassador. >> there are views that this attack was unprecedented. that is the very nature of the attack, that it can be unprecedented. it is very hard to gauge what kind of security is needed. >> undersecretary pat kennedy, the lead witness today, made a compelling point that, as soon as the united states made a decision to resume normalized
going p and down the big hills. using resources that are most effective for everyonq'2p>j4(p&f this plan and hope you approve it today. thank you. please. >> good afternoon. my name is stephanieú@ tucker, m in supervisor olague's office here to suú:'pój our strong support for this project as well. i want to saynm ññ sfmta has don incredible job of ownc?r6ynk'tíh this project. meetings, neighborhood associations have been discussing itq meetings for years and notices about thezjch community meetings and hearings have been sent door to door by mail to hundreds of people multiple=váátáip &c @&c"p%it's e effort by the city and many::w6. so thank you. additionally, we have received over 3502>y7v letters of supporm individuals. these letters have come from parents,6uo teachers, young professionals, seniors, and it's very clear that there is a broad diversity of support for people who want to see this project happen. our officex2.up has received le, voicing concerns from residents around loss of parking and we are highly0lwÑh empathetic to t. we have met with some of the businesses a
-rex violence. we tried not to make more people culpable. 97% of the black people are killed by other black p.j. education. the dinosaur had the ice age. the education i think is having a similar impact on young brothers. so it was interesting and funny and kind of just an ironic look at how we see things. like literally we care more about... if trayvon martin were a spotted owl, people would have felt more sympathy for him. >> it would have been more illegal. you're not allowed i think to stand your ground against owls. if it's an owl, i think you have to get the [bleeped] out from what i understand. >> i think an owl with a hoodie on is just as dangerous. >> jon: that's probably true. probably truement >> what cracked me up about the hoodie thing, i was talking to a guy, and he said, "he had a hoodie on." i remember when black people were scared of people wearing hoodies. >> jon: it all comes around. they'll get there. they'll get there. >> so it is just iron tick way we view things. i think primarily people have... like you've never seen anything happen to a young black cat where people say,
clear we were not going to get resources until the after math of an incident. >> joining me is p.j. crowley. good morning. there's been a lot of talk about the number of security personnel, about physical barriers. how serious do you think the security problem was in benghazi? >> well, the security problem was very, very significant in the aftermath of the overthrow of gadhafi, every political faction had its own mini army and as we saw in the attack on the consulate, it was a temporary facility that they came heavily armed. >> and i think there are two questions here. one is about how much security is necessary, but there's also sort of a finesse situation that goes on. ambassador pat kennedy said part of the reason you have a presence in a place like libya is outreach to the population to keep lines of communication open and that can be difficult when you're behind high walls and under heavy guard. so how difficult is that balance and having said that, there were requests for more security. so how do you find the answer? >> of course you have to split the responsibility. outside
. >> eliot: p.j. crowley as always, thank you so much for your wisdom. >> my pleasure. >> eliot: tune in to current tv for our debate conscience where he'll be joined by cenk uygur governor grand home, john fugelsang and vice president al gore. join us here on current tv. but first, mitt romney is losing the david letterman vote. the viewfinder is next. i can't stand these spots. those spots are actually leftover food and detergent residue that can redeposit on your dishware during the rinse cycle. gross. jet-dry rinse agent helps wash them away so the only thing left behind is the shine. jet-dry rinses away residues for a sparkling shine. hershey's drops. a lot of hershey's happiness in little drops of milk chocolate. and cookies n creme. pure hershey's. >> eliot: back in session, the supreme court returns with a busy docket, but first trying to do math, and mitt romney was asked not so nicely to join david letterman on. we when it doesn't fit anywhere else, we put it on the viewfinder. >> the current president president obama was on the show last week. the challenger, mitt r
resources that are most effective for everyonq'2p>j4(p&c"p% we're strongly supportive of this plan and hope you approve it today. thank you. >> chairman nolan: thankcl next speaker please. >> good afternoon. my name is stephanieú@ tucker, i'm in supervisor olague's office here to suú:'pój our strong support for this project as well. i want to saynm ññ sfmta has done an incredible job of ownch?r6ynk'tí outreach with this project. hundreds have attended theu meetings, neighborhood associations have been discussing itq meetings for years and notices about thezjch community meetings and hearings have been sent door to door by mail to hundreds of people multiple=váátáip &c @&c"p% it's been really an impressive effort by the city and many::w6t @&c @&c"p% members of the community. so thank you. additionally we have received over 3502>y7v letters of support from individuals. these letters have come from parents,6uo teachers, young professionals seniors, and it's very clear that there is a broad diversity of support for peo
for debate. and then p.j. crowley one the great voices of the state department explaining what we now know, what we don't know and what we should know about what happened in bengahzi. >> cenk: and we'll host "the young turks" together on friday. >> eliot: i look forward to it. >> cenk: thank you eliot. when we come back, the elbow of the day. or the light saver of the day. they're doing this this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>that's an understatement, eliot. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you'd spot movement, gather intelligence with minimal collateral damage. but rather than neutralizing enemies in their sleep you'd be targeting stocks to trade. well, that's what trade architect's heat maps do. they make you a trading assassin. trade architect. td ameritrade's empowering web-based trading platform. trade commission-free for 60 days, and we'll throw in up to $600 when you open an account. the chill of peppermint. the rich dark chocolate. york peppermint pattie get the sensation. [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months
it as terrorism? >> i don't think we know enough. >> former spokesman p.j. crowley. >> the first reports inethably have information that is correct an insurance that may be mis -- correct and information that may be misunderstood or incorrect. >> they panicked. >> john sununu now advisor to romney's campaign. >> this is a political reaction in the white house that prepared itself to establish a narrative of a president getting rid of the threat of terrorism, using the death of bin laden to focus on that. waking up one morning and finding out that terrorism on 9/11 of this year was back full-fledged. killing the u.s. ambassador. i don't see political agenda here. i see the fog of war. it's not about politics. it's about the difficult task of reconstructing what happened. >> september 18. >> did the administration have any sort of heads up that violence was increasing specifically in libya before the attack? >> i am not aware of any ed. this is a matter under investigation in term whoofs precipitated the attack. motivation of attackers were. >> that night on the late show with david letterman the st
, with 15 days to go, the candidates are taking a test in foreign languages. p.j. crowley joins us for a discussion on iran, libya and who has the upper hand on tonight's topic. and we will look at the life and career of senator george mcgovern and what he meant to the democratic party. all of that when "now" starts in a mere 180 seconds. yeah. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? that make kids happy. and even fewer that make moms happy too.
similar things to say, including one growing hot spot for terror. i want to bring in p.j. crowley. welcome back. we're going get to that hot spot here in a moment. but first, we have to begin with syria. before we get into the verbatim, which, you know, we've read, it sounded like both these men agreed on a heck of a lot. you agree? >> absolutely. when you looked across the arab spring, i think mitt romney disagreed more with george w. bush. than he did with barack obama. he made clear he wants to see no more afghanistans, no more iraqs, doesn't see a military mission at the present time for u.s. forces in syria. and i think there was significant agreement on at least that military aspect of a strategy in dealing with the arab spring. >> max fisher of the washington post did this great write, pointing out the same exact words both men were using on syria's future. obama said, we're making sure those we help are those who will be friends of ours in the long-term. here is what romney said, we want to make sure we have relationships of friendship with the people who take assad's place, steps
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day this year. it is time to work. but with the do nothing republican congress is as p.j. o.r. works said republicans' campaign saying government does not work but they got elected and have proved it. thank it is great to be here with my colleagues i know every day then joyce romney/ryan make in there budget is more clear another round of tax breaks to the very, very wealthy at the expense of everyone else. we talked about how seniors would be hit very hard and the middle-class gets hit very hard. investment and education, to power the economy, i and a stand they don't want to talk about the budget math burkett is simple. if you refuse to ask people like ms. romney to contribute 1 penny more everybody is it that much harder. we have heard from seniors and people who work with them every day if medicare is turned into vouchers you a chance for raising health care cost. seniors today we'll pay more because romney/ryan propose to reinstate the overpayments to insurance companies. you'll take a dollar out of the seniors pocket translated into excessive overpayments to the insurance comp
of the shooting spree that left ten p.j. in the washington region dead over the course of three weeks. speaking from red onion state prison in virginia where he is serving a life sentence, malvo, who is now 27, tells josh white what it was like to be under the control of his older partner in the killings, john allen mohammed. >> he told me the old person has to die. lee malvo has to die. >> he gives jarring description of how they deliberately but randomly went about shooting the victims. it is his account that is so haunting, his description of what happened here in the parking lot of this home depot when malvo was the spotter and john allen mohammed shot linda franklin who just happened to be in her car. malvo describes how he gave the signal to shoot, how mohammed on a hill nearby fired the kill shot. and how the image of franklin's husband is the one that stands out for him. >> the first one is mr. franklin's eyes and what makes that -- they're penetrating. but -- it's the worst sort of pain i've ever seen in my life. his eyes. it's the worst -- words do not describe the depth in which to f
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